As the UK's experts on safeguarding and child protection, individuals, organisations and agencies trust us to provide high-quality training to help them protect children and young people.
Browse our highly-rated specialist child protection training courses, designed to support anyone working or volunteering with children covering:
Online and face-to-face safeguarding training courses to help you safely recruit staff and volunteers into roles working with children and young people.
> Education: safer recruitment training for schools and colleges (live virtual training now available)
> Safer recruitment training for non-education organisations (live virtual training now available)
Do you have responsibility for receiving concerns about the safety and welfare of children and young people in your school or organisation? Our face-to-face training courses will give you the skills to act appropriately and confidently to protect children.
> Designated safeguarding lead (DSL) for schools and colleges in England course (live virtual training now available)
> Refresher course for DSLs in school and colleges in England (live virtual training now available)
> Designated safeguarding officer (DSO) course in England (live virtual training now available)
> Designated safeguarding person (DSP) course in Wales (live virtual training now available)
Training for anyone who supports front line staff who may raise child protection or safeguarding concerns.
> Managing allegations of abuse (live virtual training now available)
Our advanced safeguarding training course for health professionals meets Level 4 knowledge, skills, and competencies.
> Training for child protection trainers (live virtual training now available)
Training for teams to help you understand healthy brain growth in children and the impact of trauma on development.
Learn how to use the Coping with Crying film and resources to support parents with their baby’s crying and reduce the risk of non-accidental head injuries to babies.
Use our resources to find out about child health and development, spot and respond to signs of mental health issues and foster strong mental health and development in children.
Work with children and families? Our information looks at risk and vulnerability factors that help identify whether children or families require extra support to help keep children safe.
Find out more about case reviews, find a case review in the National Repository or read our series of thematic briefings highlighting the learning around particular topics.